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Reimagining Longwood Gardens: new plans for a unique attraction


In this interview, the President & CEO of Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania discusses the work underway to make the garden more relevant and engaging for visitors, including a physical expansion, new programming, and an increased emphasis on conservation.

Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania is embarking on its most ambitious project in a century: a $250 million transformation of 17 acres of gardens, with a 'Crystal Palace' conservatory rising from a pool at its heart. Paul B Redman, an award-winning leader of public gardens, is President & Chief Executive Officer at the attraction.

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